OSWEGO, NY – When the curtain comes down on the Oswego Players’ “It’s a Wonderful Life” Sunday, there are many people deserving thank you accolades.
The director, Troy Pepper, and the cast and crew all worked hard to bring this great Christmas show together.
Members of several families made commitments to the “energy” needed to bring this beloved story to the stage.
However, the unseen support needs to be noted.
Without a grant from Constellation Energy this event might not have occurred at all.
Constellation has been very supportive in the past, and in these tough times, the Players often have problems scraping up enough funds to mount the last production of the year.
Constellation Energy awarded a grant for the show to offset the expenses and make this classic happen.
All members of the Oswego Players and our audiences are indeed grateful to Constellation Energy for their support and commitment to the oldest all-volunteer amateur theatre group in the United States.
Final performances will take place on the Frances Marion Brown Theatre stage in the Oswego Civic Arts Center, Fort Ontario Complex on December 14 and 15 at 8 p.m., with a matinee December 16 at 2 p.m.
Tickets are $10/adults, $8/seniors and $7/students.
Reservations are recommended and available at the Players’ box office number: 315-343-5138.
For more information, please visit the Players’ website at http:/www.oswegoplayers.org